Cartels Running Border Like Springsteen Concert
War Room begins the show live from Tijuana. Angel Mom Mary Ann Mendoza reveals the Mexican cartels are running the U.S. border like a Springsteen concert, passing out wristbands for which U.S. law they are breaking.
“Human trafficking, sex trafficking…honestly Steve, I’m looking at this as a treasonous act of our government,” Mendoza said.
Mendoza said her sources say to expect 1 million migrants crossing the border by April and May.
100,000 and Counting
Oscar El Blue, of Border Network News, and Real America’s Voice correspondent Ben Bergquam report live from Tijuana.
They say 100,000 already lined up to enter the U.S. and that number continues to grow. Bergquam said at least 1 million people “easily” will try to cross this year, and expects the consequences of Biden’s open borders to be “much higher.”
Smoking Biden Out
Someone in the briefing room finally asked Raheem Kassam’s question: when will Biden give a press conference. Former White House stenographer Mick McCormick shares insight into why it will take 2 months to prepare.
“He’s not able to stand up and answer questions,” Bannon says.
Get the book: Joe Biden, Unauthorized.
Boris Epshteyn reacts to the most Swamp fundraiser ever: a $2,900 a pop virtual night with Paul Ryan and Liz Cheney. Epshteyn said the night of “self love” will be a snooze.
This is “the last supper for these folks,” Epshteyn said. “This is the end of the road for these RINO globalist Republicans that are not out for the rest of the American people.”
Plus, Epshteyn is concerned Bannon’s bomber jacket is on a milk carton, after two straight days without it.
Ms. Lucia Declerck, 105-year-old covid survivor shares her gin-soaked raisin secret, and credits “prayer, prayer, prayer” for her longevity.
“I’m famous all of a sudden,” Declerck says, after appearing on War Room and getting a write up in the New York Times. Declerck’s home remedy is one pound of golden raisin soaked for nine days.
Eat five raisins a day “every day and that will cure anything,” she says.
Plus, see the special portrait artist Leigh Brown made for Lucia.